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The founder of China Pro-Democracy Suport Network, John Kusumi, has recently published a commentary titled ‘CNN caught in Genocidal Correctness’ condemning that western main stream media did a bad job on head news of abusive and human rights violation in China.  In ’80s, as a teenager he has filed a presedential candidacy to curb neuclear arms raise and balancing federal budget. In ’90s, he has assisted June Fourth student leaders to release prisoners in China, In 21st century, he has made speeches at Human Rights Torch Relay to boycutt Beijin Olympic for its terrible crime to the Falun Gong Organ Harvesting. Today, John Kusumi will be talking more about his life and expressing his opinion of how to stop anything that indanger world peace.  The following phone interview is hosted by Qing Yue, a news reporter for Chinese Sound of Hope Radio Network.

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Eliot’s Mess
The $200 billion bail-out for predator banks and Spitzer charges are intimately linked

By Greg Palast
Reporting for Air America Radio’s Clout
March 14th, 2008

While New York Governor Eliot Spitzer was paying an ‘escort’ $4,300 in a hotel room in Washington, just down the road, George Bush’s new Federal Reserve Board Chairman, Ben Bernanke, was secretly handing over $200 billion in a tryst with mortgage bank industry speculators.

Both acts were wanton, wicked and lewd. But there’s a BIG difference. The Governor was using his own checkbook.

Bush’s man Bernanke was using ours.

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08/13/2008 18:07
CHINA
The false images of the Beijing Olympics
by Bernardo Cervellera for Asia News IT

The hoax of the little girl lip-synching the song at the opening ceremony of the Games is only one of the many deceptions of these Olympics, which favor image over reality, in order to cover up the environmental and human disasters created by the ruling communist party. The intention is to eliminate the individual and the people, and in order to do this, religious freedom is denied. The advice of Benedict XVI.

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China Used Foreign-Exchange Reserves                                  
 In Diplomatic Deal with Costa Rica                                        
 By ANDREW BATSON for Wall Street Journal                                                         
 September 12, 2008 7:54 a.m.                                              
                                                                           
                                                                           
 BEIJING – China secretly agreed to use its foreign-exchange reserves to   
 buy $300 million in bonds from Costa Rica as part of a deal that enticed  
 the Latin American nation to switch diplomatic recognition to Beijing away
 from Taiwan, newly-published government documents show.                   
 

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Residents in Liaoning Announce Autonomy in Support of China’s Interim Government
by Thai Ton for Epoch Times
Feb. 18, 2008
On Thursday, February 14, 2008, a number of residents from China’s northeast Liaoning Province wrote a letter to China Affairs —an overseas Chinese political commentary magazine, to announce their autonomy and support for the China Interim Government.

The author of the announcement Xinzhi (“new government”) states in the letter that those who support self-rule individually talk to people they know about quitting the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliated associations and deliver information on self-rule to them. They persuade people to, on a family basis, to dispose of flags and books of the CCP at home, not to attend meetings or performances sponsored by the authority; not to pay taxes or grains (farmers), and not to cooperate with the CCP in a non-violent way.

Financially, the supporters said they will be prepared to listen to overseas radio and watch TV for timely information, to exchange renminbi for foreign currencies, and be ready for the interim period after the CCP disintegrates.

The following is the full content of the letter provided by China Affairs.

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July 2008
China’s Guerrilla War for the Web
by David Bandurski for Far Eastern Economic Review

They have been called the “Fifty Cent Party,” the “red vests” and the “red vanguard.” But China’s growing armies of Web commentators—instigated, trained and financed by party organizations—have just one mission: to safeguard the interests of the Communist Party by infiltrating and policing a rapidly growing Chinese Internet. They set out to neutralize undesirable public opinion by pushing pro-Party views through chat rooms and Web forums, reporting dangerous content to authorities.

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John Kusumi has recently published a commentary titled ‘CNN caught in Genocidal Correctness’ express his opinion that two years ago CNN should have reported the story of China’s organ harvesting from Falun Gong prisoners of conscience since the apparent evidence is confirmed by Lu Guoping, David Kilgour, and David Matas. If CNN have exposed such crime of bloody harvest, it would lead to the international community taking action to stop what is akin to a holocaust in progress or perhaps they could have stopped the first villain – CCP from killing for additional two years.

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